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Australia Writes Off Homeopathy As A ‘Useless’ Treatment

Australia Writes Off Homeopathy As A ‘Useless’ Treatment

Homeopathy has long attracted criticism and ridicule from serious scientific and medical circles. Australia’s official medical group has now chimed in, stating that homeopathy is essentially ‘useless.’

By On April 14, 2014 Respond
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Australian Scientists Plan To Put Sensors On Bees

Australian Scientists Plan To Put Sensors On Bees

Bees have undergone a radical decrease in their global population over the recent years. A group of Australian scientists have now decided to put sensors on bees to investigate the possible causes of the extinction of bee colonies.

By On January 17, 2014 1 Response
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iPad Air Explodes In An Australian Vodafone Store

iPad Air Explodes In An Australian Vodafone Store

Apple takes pride in the fact that it ships out top-quality smartphones and tablets. Nonetheless, even the top-of-the-range stuff may sometime run into trouble. According to reports, an iPad Air recently exploded due to overheating while being charged in an Australian phone store.

By On November 10, 2013 1 Response
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Julian Assange Plans To Run For Senate

Julian Assange Plans To Run For Senate

For many long months, Julian Assange, the creator of WikiLeaks, has been confined to the Ecuadorian embassy in London. However, apparently that hasn’t dimmed his fervor as reports suggest that Assange is planning to run for Senate in the state of Victoria.

By On February 13, 2013 Respond
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Apple Maps App Leads Motorists Astray, Australian Police Warns Against Using It

Apple Maps App Leads Motorists Astray, Australian Police Warns Against Using It

Apple’s Maps app has been lambasted enough in the past. The main problem with it is the incorrect positioning of different locations, rendering it nearly unusable. Australian police has now warned the users not to use the app since it can give them wrong directions.

By On December 11, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Tab – The Tablet Apple Tried To Stop

Samsung Tab – The Tablet Apple Tried To Stop

This is what the new ad used by Samsung to sell it’s tablet, Galaxy Tab reads. Samsung is selling the devices in Australia after Apple having failed in a case against the tablet. And now, with a tinge of wit, Samsung is using the publicity it gathered through this case to sell its tablets in the market. So far, the strategy seems a big success!

By On December 18, 2011 1 Response
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Accidental Worldwide Launch Of iTunes Match By Apple, Charge Will Be Reimbursed

Accidental Worldwide Launch Of iTunes Match By Apple, Charge Will Be Reimbursed

A number of reports floating on the internet are claiming that Apple had accidentally launched iTunes Match internationally. One particular report, citing a snapshot of response from Apple, states that the launch is not working for Apple users outsides of US and Brazil. And that customers in other parts of the world who have been charged for the service will be reimbursed.

By On December 16, 2011 1 Response
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Apple Finally Defeated By Samsung In Australia

Apple Finally Defeated By Samsung In Australia

Samsung has finally secured a win for it’s devices in Australia. Earlier a court had banned the devices and Samsung had appealed against it and won it. Apple vowed to file yet another appeal against this decision. But Apple has been denied an appeal and this means Samsung will be able to sell it’s devices […]

By On December 10, 2011 Respond
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Telstra Opens First  ‘Androidland’ Store In Melbourne

Telstra Opens First ‘Androidland’ Store In Melbourne

Australian Giant Mobile and Telephone Operator TELSTRA, has opened Australia’s First Android Store named ‘Androidland‘ in Telstra’s Bourke Street, Melbourne, on Dec 2. Actually this the World’s First Dedicated Android Store in the History of World.

By On December 3, 2011 Respond
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Australian Ban On Samsung Galaxy Tab Continues

Australian Ban On Samsung Galaxy Tab Continues

Ever since this April, Apple has been doggedly pursuing Samsung worldwide, accusing that the South Korean company copied the designs of iPad and iPhone. Samsung, of course, has resorted with counter-cases. We reported a while ago that an appeals court in Australia overturned the ban on Samsung’s Galaxy Tab. However, the court has allowed, on Apple’s request, to let the ban stay intact till Dec 9, when Apple will apply for an appeal against the ruling.

By On December 2, 2011 Respond
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Australian Court Lifts Ban From Samsung Galaxy Tab

Australian Court Lifts Ban From Samsung Galaxy Tab

A day ago, we reported that there’s a high probability that an Australian appeals court may overturn a ban imposed on Samsung’s tablet in Australia. The ban was imposed in response to Apple’s objection. As it is, our apprehensions were quite true. The ban was overturned by an Australian court on Wednesday.

By On November 30, 2011 Respond
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Samsung Again Counter-Attacking Apple

Samsung Again Counter-Attacking Apple

Samsung has renewed its attack on Apple, launching a legal bid to have the new iPhone 4S from store shelves in Japan and Australia and Samsung filed for preliminary injunctions in both countries claiming Apple had infringed several of its patents such as UI, wireless telecoms standards and other technologies. Japan was one of the first countries in the world to sell Apple’s iPhone 4S and in Japan, Samsung also requested that Apple’s iPhone 4 and iPad 2 be blocked from sale……………….

By On October 17, 2011 Respond
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Apple Sues Samsung To Ban Sales In Japan

Apple Sues Samsung To Ban Sales In Japan

Apple has filed lawsuit against Samsung in Japan, accusing Samsung for violating patents relating to the iPhone and iPad and demanding 100m yen ($1.3m) in damages along with a ban on sales. The lawsuit has been filed in Tokyo District Court, Apple is asking court to ban the sales of Galaxy S and its sequel S II smartphones and the Galaxy Tab 7 in Japan………………..

By On September 9, 2011 1 Response
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Apple & Samsung Agreed Not To Sell US Version Galaxy Tab 10.1 In USA, Galaxy Tab 10.1 For Australian Market Coming

Apple & Samsung Agreed Not To Sell US Version Galaxy Tab 10.1 In USA, Galaxy Tab 10.1 For Australian Market Coming

Samsung has pledged its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet will see local release in the near future and following an injunction against the promotion and sale of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 infringes 10 Apple patents, including the look and feel and touchscreen technology of the iPad. The Australian injunction is necessary because Samsung has had announcements of an imminent launch of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 device ongoing since July 20 and Apple is basing claim on a U.S. version of the Galaxy tablet, which is different from the one that will be sold in Australia……………

By On August 3, 2011 2 Responses
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BlackBerry PlayBook Rolling Out Internationally

BlackBerry PlayBook Rolling Out Internationally

Research in Motion (RIM) is now gearing up to make the BlackBerry PlayBook available outside North America and the plan being to introduce the tablet in 16 more countries over the next 30 days. The list of markets getting the BlackBerry PlayBook in the near future includes the UK, the Netherlands, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, Australia, Venezuela, Spain, Germany, UAE (United Arab Emirates ), Singapore, Mexico, France, Italy, India, Indonesia and Colombia and PlayBook is priced between $500 and $700, features a 7-inch (1024 x 600) capacitive touchscreen, a 1GHz Texas Instruments dual-core processor (with PowerVR SGX540 graphics), 1GB of RAM, a 5 megapixel rear-facing camera and a 3MP front camera, 802.11 a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, stereo speakers, GPS, an accelerometer, a gyroscope, a digital compass, and micro USB and micro HDMI connectors………..

By On June 11, 2011 Respond
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